Miami-based Kotton Grammer Media is offering a $2000 advertising stimulus package to local businesses that qualify. Many local businesses have been affected over the last 18 months due to the pandemic. Kotton Grammer Media is donating $500,000 of digital marketing to local businesses around the United States to bring them more targeted clients.
The added online exposure from the stimulus program could provide small businesses the extra revenue they need to maintain their payroll, hire back employees who may have been laid off, and cover applicable overhead.
“Small businesses are the backbone of our economy employing local people in communities across America. The sad fact is these business owners have suffered significantly through the pandemic; we want to have their backs with this program we offer,” said Kotton Grammer, the founder of Kotton Grammer Media.
The advertising stimulus package provides eligible businesses with one-time assistance capped at a maximum amount of $2,000 to cover marketing expenses that help the business gain online visibility organically and locally. The program can assist eligible for-profit or not-for-profit companies. Local businesses must provide the right local signals to Google so their brand shows up when nearby customers search for lawyers, pizza, or anything they might need. Bussiness Google my Business listing appears above everything except ads, even organic search results. Ranking #1 on Google allows local businesses to win new customers and grow.
More Phone Calls & Web Visits.
More Driving Directions & Foot Traffic.
More Customers & Revenue.
The application process for approval is less than 3 minutes to complete. Small businesses can apply here https://kottonmedia.agency
Kotton Grammer Media is a Miami-based Digital Marketing Firm founded in 2013 and serviced thousands of clients around the world.
Kotton Grammer is an internet entrepreneur known for founding Kotton Grammer Media in 2013 an Internet Advertising & Media Company. He has also been featured or quoted in many publications including, Inc.com, Huffingtonpost.com, USAtoday.com & Forbes.com Kotton has also sold over $45,000,000 in digital products through webinars.